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Daily Archives: June 5, 2014

Ocean City police charged Romer Ortuno with rape and burglary in beach attack

In the early morning hours of May 25, members of the group, including the suspect, left the hotel room while the victim was asleep. The suspect, who was later identified as Romer Ortuno, 29, of Springfield, VA, then returned to the room where he entered through an unlocked window and reportedly raped the victim

Hagerstown: Police report William Frank Smith killed two, then self in murder-suicide

Preliminarily, investigators believe William Smith Jr. killed Kimberly Smith and Wachter before he suffered a self inflicted gunshot to the chest.

Wachter suffered multiple stab wounds to his person. Kimberly Smith suffered multiple stab wounds to her person and a single gunshot to her chest.

Princess Anne: grad student found dead after missing class

Shortly after 9:30 a.m. today, Maryland State Police criminal investigators responded to Green’s apartment to conduct an investigation into his death. The preliminary investigation indicates a friend of Green’s went to the residence to check on him this morning. Green had not been heard from since June 3rd and he had failed to report for classes yesterday at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, where he was a graduate student.

Hagerstown: Zachary Macintosh dead after high-speed bike blast on curve

About one mile further on Rt. 40, the preliminary investigation indicates Macintosh lost control of the motorcycle when he entered a curve. The motorcycle left the roadway and Macintosh was ejected

Letter to the Editor: Jarboe always faithful to the public interest

I am writing this letter because I believe that the 16 year record in office of St. Mary’s County Commissioner Larry Jarboe meets the criteria of the type of citizen and elected official needed. Accordingly, I encourage voters to select Larry Jarboe for election to the Maryland Senate. I have never known him to be unfaithful in his representation of public interests

Jarboe: Developers win as two GOP commissioners join Democrat in key approval for massive development in North St. Mary’s County

This year, in an unprecedented and politically audacious move, two Republican County Commissioners flip-flopped and voted with Commissioner President Jack Russell to bring Big Brother into the bathrooms of homes and businesses in Charlotte Hall and New Market. Not only did Todd Morgan and Cindy Jones join Jack Russell

to vote against my motion to exclude the Charlotte Hall/New Market public sewer project from MetCom’s capital plan. Commissioner Cindy Jones made the motion to approve the Capital Budget with the 5.4 million dollar project included. Only Commissioner Danny Morris and I remained true to our long standing commitment to protect quality of life and the interests of the majority of working and retired taxpayers.